After last week’s debut, Florence + The Machine leap to #13 with “What The Water Gave Me.” Cady Groves scales half the chart in the week, moving from last week’s #50 debut to #22 with “This Little Girl.” Just below at #23, He Is We debuts “All About Us,” with new featured vocals from Owl City.
While the top three spots continue to be locked down by Adele, Lady Gaga moves into the top five quickly with “The Edge Of Glory.” Owl City has the highest debut with “Deer In The Headlights.”
Owl City and Shawn Chrystopher move into the top three with “Alligator Sky,” though still unable to unseat Adele’s double-header at the top. Marc Broussard leaps into the top ten, while Graffiti6 debuts three tracks from their album Colours.
Owl City and Shawn Chrystopher move into the top five with “Alligator Sky.” Christina Perri and Matt Nathanson each move sixteen spots upward into the #14 and #15 slots with “Arms” and “Faster,” respectively. Owl City also claims the highest debut with “Lonely Lullaby” at #30.
Though Adele still has a firm grasp on the top two, The Band Perry jumps to #3 with “If I Die Young” as P!nk is unseated all the way down to #9. Just below, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals vault 33-10 with “Paris (Ooh La La),” followed by two debuts: “Alligator Sky” by Owl City featuring Shawn Chrystopher and “Long Goodbye” by Michelle Branch featuring Dwight Yoakam.